Reduce Bloating with These 3 Tips!

We’re no strangers to bloating. Heck, we wear our stretchy pants whenever we know we’ll be eating a big meal.

The problem is that while bloating is an experience we can sometimes plan for, this is not always the case.

Although overeating and unhealthy eating habits are often the leading cause, bloating can also be a symptom of menstrual cycles, stress, constipation, illness, and more.

But, like so many symptoms that sometimes make our bodies uncomfortable, did you know there’s a way to help reduce bloating altogether?

It’s true! Bloating happens when air or gas fills up your gastrointestinal (GI) tract. And while this can happen for various reasons, there are typically very simple solutions to relieve it or avoid it altogether.

Some include:

Being Selective About What You Eat
Many foods and drinks can trigger symptoms that lead to bloating. Salty foods, for example, could lead to water retention. Carbonated water drinks or soda cause a build-up of carbon dioxide gas in your body. And high-fat foods can also slow down your digestive tract.

So one of the main and easiest ways you could help your body avoid or, at the very least, significantly reduce bloating is by paying attention to what you put into it!

Eating Slowly
When we grab lunch on the go or scarf down breakfast because we’re running late, we’re typically eating faster than our body has time to process. And by eating too fast, we’re more likely to swallow air which can lead to excess gas in our GI tract. So to reduce your bloating risks, take some time to eat slowly. Add more time to your schedule to sit down and enjoy your food!

Bonus tip:when you eat slowly, your brain is more conscious of food signals that let you know when you’re full, which could also help cut down on overeating (which also subsequently reduces bloating).

These are two of the best ways to reduce or avoid bloating.

But if you’re looking to get to the root of the problem and help support your body as best as possible, then there’s one tip to ensure all your efforts don’t go unnoticed.

Adding Hydrogen Water to your Daily Routine.

While the above remedies for bloating may resolve the surface issues, our Molecular Hydrogen tablets aim to treat the deeper ones. Countless studies have shown molecular hydrogen can increase the good bacteria in your gut microbiome so your digestive system runs at its best and is more likely to reduce bloating at its source.

So if you’re looking to throw out the stretchy pants and days where your body just doesn’t feel like yours, then make sure you give your body all the support it needs!

“It gives me energy and helps to keep acid reflux from coming back!”

- Joy F., Hydrogen Tablet customer